Para magkaalaman! Ogie Diaz, aktwal na tinikman ang Diwata Pares Overload Unli Rice

Talent manager Ogie Diaz personally tried the ‘Diwata Pares Overload’ as a response to the criticism he received after discussing the quality of the food served by the internet sensation.

On April 24, Ogie mentioned the review of his friends who visited the Paresan owned by Diwata, Deo Balbuena, in real life, saying that the food being offered at the said establishment was subpar.

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“Tinatanong ko kasi dahil na-viral eh. ’Yung ano sabi don, na hindi raw masarap yung pares. So tinanong ko yung kaibigan ko na kumain don. Ang sabi ng friend ko eh parang hindi daw kasundo ng kanyang panlasa,” said Ogie.

In response, Diwata said that he didn’t care about Ogie’s opinion and that they were free to choose where to eat.

“Wala akong pakialam sa sinasabi nila, tulad niyang sinasabi ko kung hindi niyo gusto ‘yung pagkain ko, mag scroll at pumunta sa ibang nagtitinda,” said Diwata. “Ang tinitinda ko kasi, hindi ko ‘yan pinipilit, kung hindi mo gusto, marami namang kainan,” said Diwata.

“Yung sinasabi nila na hindi pasok sa panlasa, edi humanap ka ng pasok sa panlasa, problema ba ‘yon?” he added.

In his vlog, Ogie said that he didn’t mean to criticize Diwata and even gave friendly advice, saying that feedback would help the internet sensation improve his service.

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To give a proper response to Diwata, Ogie spent P2,000 to personally taste the Diwata Pares Overload and Diwata’s fried chicken.

Ogie responded positively to Diwata’s Pares and fried chicken, saying that the food tasted right for its price.

“Okay naman… hindi ganoon ka-fabulous pero okay na for 100 pesos,” said Ogie. “Kasama ‘yung rice? Unli ‘yung rice?”

“For 100 pesos, hindi na masama,” he added.

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However, Ogie said it would be expected for other people to have different opinions on Diwata’s Pares.

“Sa panlasa ko, okay ‘yon kung 100 [pesos]. Diyos ko, sa 100 pesos huwag nang maarte ‘yung iba,” he stated.

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